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Watch: A virtual tour of the CMHA’s new downtown service hub

The building at 200 Larch is home for essential services including the Off the Street Emergency Shelter

Take a virtual tour of the Canadian Mental Health Association – Sudbury/Manitoulin new downtown health services hub at 200 Larch.

The building, which recently opened its doors, offers a kind of one-stop-shop for services for vulnerable populations in Sudbury, such as the Off the Street Emergency Shelter and the Healing with Hope (Harm Reduction) Home.

“Before COVID-19 impacted our community in March 2020, we had been working on plans to host an open house for the public,” said Patty MacDonald, CEO of CMHA-S/M.

In the video above you can take a tour through the new building and listen to remarks from MacDonald, Mayor Brian Bigger and others, which opens the event. 

The second component is the virtual tour itself, which lasts approximately five minutes and provides viewers the opportunity for a self-directed tour to explore the interior of the building in a 360-degree video produced by John Rumball Photography. You can find the 360-degree tour here.

“We created 200 Larch with the goal to address mental health, addictions, and homelessness concerns downtown,” said MacDonald in a news release. “Using an integrated health services delivery model, vulnerable individuals now have access to shelter, mental health and addiction, and primary care services all under one roof.”


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